DPPs make nonvolatile microvolt DAC

Posted on Apr 1, 2013

The availability of a seemingly limitless variety of monolithic DAC chips makes it easy to implement most digital-to-analog-conversion applications with a single off-the-shelf device. Sometimes, an unusual set of requirements necessitates a multichip approach, however. One example of such a requirement is the need for nonvolatility of the DAC`s setting in power-up and -down cycles.

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